in general if you have a driven clutch stuck on the shaft for me i have found the best way was to just bust off the aluminum and use a cutting wheel to split the clutch shaft. also if you have a clutch stuck on the engine remove clutch retaining bolt and fill hole with water then get a bolt that fits the threaded part of the clutch then tighten bolt the hydraulic pressure will pop the clutch free few light taps with mallet may be needed
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Step 2: Time to Try It Out
this new clutch has alot more grab than the old one